Nov 29, 2013 - By Doyle McManus:  A presidential campaign is a $2 billion business, so you can be sure there's a lot of planning going on already.
Nov 27, 2013 - By Chris Peck:  Be thankful you are from Wyoming.
Nov 27, 2013 - By Betty Starks Case:  That's what I am during this time of gratitude for material things that bless our bodies, and the family and friends who bless our spirits.
Nov 27, 2013 - By Steven R. Peck:  Shortly before he died, JFK proclaimed the day
Nov 26, 2013 - By James Rosen and Marisa Taylor, McClatchy Washington Burea:  WASHINGTON -- The Pentagon's central payroll and accounting office, which pays out tens of billions of dollars a year to U.S. service members and defense ... [more]
Nov 26, 2013 - By Steven R. Peck:  Newspaper holiday
Nov 24, 2013 - By Mark Shields:  We've reached that point in the political post-mortems of election 2013 where as my wise and good friend, the late Arizona Rep. Morris K. "Mo" Udall used to ... [more]
Nov 24, 2013 - By Randy Tucker:  How many books have I read? Unless the NSA watches what Americans are reading as closely as what we are saying, watching or browsing, there isn't any way to ... [more]
Nov 24, 2013 - By Steven R. Peck:  It needn't be complicated
Nov 22, 2013 - By The Philadelphia Inquirer:  America was not innocent before the murder of John F. Kennedy. Three presidential assassinations had preceded his, along with several unsuccessful attempts. ... [more]
Nov 22, 2013 - By Chris Peck:  The scratchy voice pouring out from the speaker above the door of eighth-grade math class still plays in my head.
Nov 22, 2013 - By Steven R. Peck:  Poor planning and practices made it easy for Oswald to kill President Kennedy
Nov 21, 2013 - By The Chicago Tribune:  The progress in destroying Syria's chemical weapons has been astonishingly swift and smooth. Teams from the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical ... [more]
Nov 21, 2013 - By Clair McFarland:  The abundance of corny diamond commercials alerts us of the imminence of Christmas.
Nov 21, 2013 - By Steven R. Peck:  At its heart, health insurance can be hard to understand, website or no website
Nov 20, 2013 - By Steven R. Peck:  Bob Peterson brought some newspaper clippings about the New River Gorge Bridge near Charleston, W.V. That bridge is on the other side of the continent, but ... [more]
Nov 20, 2013 - By Steven R. Peck:  The likes of Lincoln's Gettysburg Address rarely have been seen since
Nov 19, 2013 - By Ken Dilanian, MCT Washington Bureau:  Six months after President Barack Obama vowed to change his administration's approach to lethal drone missile strikes, the pace of aerial attacks has fallen ... [more]
Nov 19, 2013 - By Steven R. Peck:  Brave November
Nov 18, 2013 - By Randy Tucker:  There are fewer of them in our collective minds than there used to be.
Nov 18, 2013 - By Mark Shields:  True, his successes with the Congress were not overwhelming, and he served barely half a term, but as a leader, JFK was quite special.
Nov 18, 2013 - By Steven R. Peck:  Once again, our state's budget has been based on a revenue prediction far off the mark
Nov 15, 2013 - By Doyle McManus:  One of these weeks, now that the Obama administration has recruited a SWAT team of computer whizzes, health care.gov will recover from its shambolic debut and ... [more]
Nov 15, 2013 - By Steven R. Peck:  The University of Wyoming's new president is gone before Thanksgiving
Nov 14, 2013 - By The Chicago Tribune:  The Affordable Care Act was supposed to be a great advance in fostering access to medical insurance. It would contain costs, guarantee coverage, simplify ... [more]
Nov 14, 2013 - By Betty Starks Case:  Ask yourself the question, and help a veteran
Nov 14, 2013 - By Steven R. Peck:  First-year UW president Robert Sternberg isn't afraid of friction
Nov 13, 2013 - By Darryl Lorenzo, Wellington McClatchy-Tribune News Service:  We need to stop school bullying.
Nov 13, 2013 - By Chris Peck:  The good news: Wyoming kids overall are doing better than the national average in school.
Nov 13, 2013 - By Steven R. Peck:  This Veterans Day probably was the first without any World War I troops